SF IndieFest is prepping for their seventeenth annual Another Hole in the Head Film Festival; the last San Francisco film festival of 2020. Over forty feature films and over 250 short films will be screened during this special event.
If you’re ready for a decidedly different kind of film festival, think about attending Mr. HoleHead’s Warped Dimension, a screening of shocking, experimental and downright crazy indie movies that will last for six whole days.
Hungry? You might be after attending this year’s New York Asian Film Festival Winter Showcase. This year’s picks are all food-themed.
Director Mark Wilson’s Wade in the Water will hold its world premiere screening at the prestigious Dances with Films Film Festival this June. We wish we knew what to make of it. Its trailer makes it appear like the usual quiet, introspective indie art film, but then the fat bearded man (who we’re guessing is named “Wade”) grabs a gun, pulls over a mask, the music gets dark, and….the trailer ends.
APS Films’ Hunting Lands had its premiere in February at the 2018 Cinequest Film & VR Festival. The multiple-award-winning film is about a reclusive hermit who is forced to face the world when he comes across a young victim who needs help. If you couldn’t make it, a new screening has been announced, this one at Newport Beach, California during the Newport Beach Film Festival. Here’s everything you need to know: